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Anglicized names for baby boys, with 125 entries. Anglicized names are very popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1914, 13.369% of baby boys were given Anglicized names. There were 39 Anglicized names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Anglicized names have since experienced a decline in frequency, but are nonetheless used on a very heavy scale now. In 2016, 41 Anglicized names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 6.655%. Within all Anglicized names, the English, French, German, and Hebrew Benjamin was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #6 and a usage of 0.7252%.


Aberle from the apple tree meadow ... origin is Old English, and its use, English ... origin is Germanic ...

Aeneas praiseworthy; one choice ... mainly used in English ... Its language of origin is Old Greek and Celtic ...

Ahern descendant of Eachthighearna; descendant ... used predominantly in English and its ...

Aidan little fire; fire, brightness, splendor ... used chiefly in the English, Gaelic, ... variant of Aodh ...

Ailbhe white ... used predominantly in the Gaelic and ... The name can be Anglicized as Alby or Albert ...

Albert nobly famous; white ... largely used in the Irish, Dutch, ... Old German Adalbert was shortened to Albert ...

Alfonso noble and ready ... an English, Italian, and Spanish name ... The name is of disputed origin ...

Alistair defender of men ... used chiefly in the English and ... name is Anglicized from the Gaelic Alasdair, ...

Angus one choice ... used predominantly in the English, ... name is Anglicized from the Gaelic forms ...

Aodh fire, brightness, splendor ... used chiefly in the Irish and Scottish ... rarely used as a baby name for boys ...

Art stone, bear; follower of Artemis; ... mainly used in English, Gaelic, Irish, and ... shortening of Artemas ...

Barclay birch tree clearing ... language of origin is Old English, and it is ... former is from the English place name ...

Barry fair headed; spear; mound,dune; ... used chiefly in the English and Irish ... The name is of multiple origins ...

Benjamin son of the south, son of the right ... largely used in the English, French, ... Its origin is Hebrew ...

Bryce speckled ... used predominantly in the English ... name is an Anglicized form of the Welsh name ...

Carter cart driver; son of Artair ... largely used in the English language ... first name is derived from the English ...

Cearbhall hacking ... largely used in the English and ... name is of obscure origin; it could have ...

Charles man, free man ... largely used in the English and French ... Old German element 'karl' (meaning man, free ...

Cillian war, strife ... has its origins in the Celtic language, ... first name was originally a Gaelic nickname ...

Cináed born of fire; fair and fiery ... of Celtic origin and it is used mainly in the ... derivative of Kenneth ...

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